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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - October 4, 1899, Mitchell, South Dakota
Mitchell daily Republican. Volume xvii. Mitchell. South Dakota. Wednesday. October 4. Ism. Be m heh 51 receives ii my s Ciet the magnificent sword voted by Congress presented to Admiral Dewey Symbol of people s gratitude Blade in a Brief and Graceful speech the Admiral is Dee ply moved hoc Laios Ilio sword will to an heirloom in his family forever to prove republics arc not ungrateful. Washington. Oct. 3.�? Dewey left the Mclean residence tor the Capitol at to a. In. To receive the sword of Honor voted him by Congress. He emerged from the House with chairman Jones a it the local reception committee. When the Admiral appeared resp end it in heavy Epa lets and Gold lace the great throng in the streets broke out into a Long loud burst of applause. Accompanied by an escort of police and committeemen headed by the Marine baud tile Admiral was driven to tile White House through cheering crowds. Leaching the portico the Admiral alighted and was shown into the White i vein where he was met by tin presi Dent and members of the Cabinet. Only a few minutes elapsed before the Admiral reappeared with tile president. They took seats in the White House Carriage and the members of th1 Cabinet followed in carriages. Al that has gone lie fore was but a la ant prelude to the coming of the Man of Manila Riding with the presi inf on the Way to the Capitol to receive the nation s tribute. President Mckinley raised his hat Only occasion by. Leaving to the Admiral to a i i on ledge the plaudits of the multitude by ii Ting ids Chapeau. From end to end the Avenue rang with deafening cheers and handler were waved by count i crucial test than when that morning bearing the Fate and Honor of your country in your a lids thousands of Miles from Home with every foreign port in the world shut to you nothing Between you and annihilation but the thin sheathing of your ship its your Cannon and your devoted officers and men you moved ii Jam the enemy s batteries on Shore and sea with unflinching Faith and nerve and before the Sun was half Way up in the heavens had silenced the guns of the foe sunk a hostile Fleet demonstrated the supremacy of the american sea Power and transferred to the United states an Empire of islands in the Pacific. Later by your display of Large Powers of administration by your a it Oise and prudence and by your great discretion not Only in act. But also in word which is almost More important you proved the president presents the Superb y�ur�?1if representative pm _. R a ii of the i Iii Ted states As Well As now its great naval hero. A yet Many of your grateful countrymen feel that in time to come maybe your still greater Honor will be that you struck tin first blow under tile Providence of Hod. In the enfranchisement of those Beautiful islands which make a great Empire of the sea. In relieving them from the bondage and oppression of the centuries and putting them on the Way under the protecting shield of your country a guidance to take place in civilization. Arts industries and ail Good things of the most enlightened and Happy nations of the world so that generations hence your name shall in to them a household word enshrined in their history and their hearts. A Clouds of darkness May linger about them now but the shining outcome is As sure As the using of the Sun. Passing tile tribulations and difficulties of the present moment they will in due time surely give Way to the Dawn of a glorious new Day a Day not of Mere selfish Imperial Dominion of one people Over another but an Imperial moral and physical growth of All Peoples whatsoever their race or color who have come under the shelter of the Broad shield of the United states of Long then dwelt on the High responsibility that thus devolved on the a conscience Wisdom and courage of this presented by Mckinley. As Secretary Long concluded lie passed the sword to president Mckinley. L he latter Rose and faced the Admiral. Dewey was visibly affected. The president said a Admiral Dewey from your in trance in the Harbor at new a Ork with your Gallant Crew. And valiant ship the demonstrations which Hae everywhere greeted you reveal the Public appreciation of your heroic action. A the voice of tile nation is lifted in Praise and gratitude for the distinguished and memorable services you rendered the country and ail the people give you an affectionate Welcome in which i join with All my heart. Your Victory exalted american Alor and exit Feied american authority. Tin re is no flaw in your Victory there will lie no faltering in maintaining it. A it gives me extreme pleasure and great Honor Iii let half of All the people to hand you this sword the gift of the nation vol Chi by the Congress of the United the president handed the Admiral the sword with a deep Bow and there was a Roar of applause a. Dewey received it. Thanks of the Admiral. Admiral Dewey said a i thank you or. President for to is great Honor you have conferred upon me. I thank Congress for what it has done. I thank the Secretary of tile Navy for his gracious words. I thank my countrymen for this. Beautiful gift which shall be an heirloom in my family forever As an evidence that republics Are not ungrateful and i thank you. Or. Chairman and gentlemen of the committee for the gracious cordial and kindly Welcome you have Given me to my Cardinal billions pronounced the Benediction. A Broad path was cleared across the Plaza and Dewey stood up lie Side the president and viewed the Parade. Diamonds entwining the letters a a a. I a and immediately under them Are tin letters. A pc. S. the Ferrule or lower end of the scabbard terminates in entwined in Gold dolphins. White House Dewey dinner. The excites Frisco chinese. Largest affair of Hie kind i history of the mansion. Washington. Get. 4. President Mckinley in Honor of Admiral Dewey la get night gave the largest dinner party in the history of the White Hose social function. Covers were Laid fur Over eighty persons. The guests included the Cabinet the governors of nine states justices of the supreme court some of the members of Lith houses of Congress army and Navy officials Anil others. It was a Brilliant affair. A hour before the hour announced for the function a Large crowd of spectators had a thee red in front of the White House. Admiral Dewey came at 6 of clock and As he kissed inside with Flag lieutenant Brumby and Secretary Caldwell the Admiral was enthusiastically cheered. Bear Admiral Schley was Given a similar ovation. The guests passed into the East room whence they proceeded to the White House corridor which i oonv.1 tin us a i room bang to sea m neither boat within four Miles of for the purpose. The corridor was beautifully decorated with policed Appeal on Heli Alf of Flop Over Wrang Hsu issued lib Kung a i. San Francisco oct. 3. The chinese Colony of this City is considerably excited Over the fact that Large placards containing a revolutionary proclamation have been posted in Chinatown. I he document in an Appeal in behalf of the deposed emperor Hwang Hsu and a Call for Aid to dethrone the dowager Empress. It is signed by Kang \ u i Jofe of the sex emperors confidential advisors and closest friends. In is at present in the revolutionary Headquarters in Victoria la. C. When the emperor was dethroned by the dowager Empress is four associates were beheaded by her order but he managed to escape in disguise from the Empire. By ask. Chinese who favor the revolutionary movement to communicate with himself or his agents w Hose names Are Given. An6lq-Venezueun Boundary decision Ann full of crevices lied Black Muddy warn volume to Wash too sheep. Iowa supreme court. Compromise verdict handed Dove by the Paris arbitration commission. Re or award of tribunal unanimous England jets no too out Square Miles of the territory Iii dispute he Fri son on decision. Light winos spoil first yacht Ruge lies. And Flag thousands. Following tin is and men o Admiral came the Oft his flagship then distinguished officers of the a y and i Iii members of the Cabinet and the Mimir Al a staff in carriages followed \ the governors of states mounted a accompanied by their staffs. Slight to stir flu blood. The carriages swept briskly into Pennsylvania Avenue there was a Clare of Bugle commands a clash of s and i or great procession starlit was a magnificent inspiring i As tilt Parade swung into the thoroughfare. Through to tree the marching hosta re Between solid Walls of enthuse a. Shouting gesticulating Hunan banked solidly from the curbs in. Tier on tier on every conceive kind of Structure to crowded ii High an d window while above below d All about fluttered flags Bunting d Dewey emblems. To the head of the line Rode general in commanding general of the luny in the full uniform of his rank. Till the yellow Field marshals Sash Din shoulder to hip. He was astride Superb Gray hours richly Paparis a d. Back of him were rank after Ink of military tides All officers of High rank. Following them came Ery Deserib->1< kind of Soldier Sailor and Marine hunted and afoot infantry artillery. In dry jackies from the Raleigh and a warships Battery after Battery Light artillery Lind the Mammoth a a h siege gun of the seventh fillery. Then the Crimson trappings rail Irv changed to the yellow of Valry As the troopers Rode by. Then came Dewey. The troops of the District of Colum i closed the procession. Dewey reached the Capitol a half or before the time scheduled for the re monies proceeded with the presi it and other member of the party it the lobby of the Senate and wait for noon which was announced by e booming of Cannon. I he party plants and Cut Flowers and flags. The dinner occupied two and a half hours and was altogether informal. There was no speech making or Toast making w whatever. Lind no reference to the Manila Victory. A Telegram was received by the president from vice president Hobart saying lie was unhappy that he could not be present and a ent greeting to the assembled party. The Reading of the Telegram was the Only incident there was. The evening was passed in individual conversation. At the close Admiral Dewey took leave of the party and amid cheers from u Small crowd of spectators wits driven directly to his House where he soon retired. Shortly after the dinner Secretary Hitchcock. Attorney general Griggs. Senator Hanna chairman Boutelle of the House committee on naval affairs a see retard Bliss and or. Myron t. Herrick of Cleveland joined the president upstairs and there was an informal talk on the philippine situation during which the president in a few words stated i position. Or. Boutelle. On leaving tile White House summed tip the presidents informal statement As follows a a the duty that now devolves upon this government is to maintain our sovereignty Over the islands sustain our soldiers against any enemy and against any direct disturbance of Law and order everything being for the purpose of establishing a rightful government for the it Ople of the Island in such manner As the american government through Congress. Shall determine. The Campaign must be pushed actively and vigorously. And the opposition to our army must be ended As rapidly As possible. Peace must in established by this government and maintained there until Congress shall determine what shall be done with the islands. From what the president said it is proposed to Bend every resource to the stamping out of All opposition to our authority the settlement of the War and the establishment and maintenance of Admiral Dewey will have an important conference with president Mckinley at la of clock this morning. Y he the meeting is by appointment made last evening and is for the purpose of a full conference Over the situation in the Philippines. It will be the first formal conference Between the president and the returning Admiral. Admiral Dewey will leave Here new England monday night. The goal when the time limit expired exciting contest nevertheless each boat held the lend alternately and it was difficult to pick the Winner at any stage. For Dakota items of interest. Congress gift to Dewey. Was t he which air description of the Superb sword presented to the Admiral. Washington oct. 3.�?tile sword presented to Admiral Dewey except its steel Blade and the body Metal of its scabbard is entirely of 22-Earat Gold. On tile Rommel is carved the name of the battleship Olympia which Dewey a flagship at Manila and zodiacal sign for Decem Lier in Lucky month Dewey was born cling these is a closely Woven Wreath of Oak leaves Long employed to indicate and adorn rank. Below these the Pommel is embraced to Tho stand at he portico. L v Collar on the front of which Road cheered As tile party took Are i arms of the i tilted states with the Blue Field of the shield in enamel. Below them Are the arms of Vermont Dewey s native state with the motto Quot Freedom and Unity and the colors of the shield Iii enamel. The Plain Kart of the Gold Collar is decorated with stars Ami a Graceful finish is Given to it by a narrow band of Oak leaves. The sword Blade is Damascene with the inscription a the gift of the nation to hear Admiral George Dewey u. S. A. In memory of the Victory at Manila Bay May i i by the sword grip is covered with Fine sharkskin bound with Gold wire and inlaid with Gold stars. The guard is an Eagle terminating in a claw. Which grasps the top in which the Blade is set the eagles outstretched Wing Forin the guard proper. The scabbard is of thin steel Damascene Iii Gold. With sprays of a delicate to Tea Plant the Ross to Arius typical of Fidelity constancy and remembrance. These sprays Are interlaced stars till the inner spaces dolphins the outer spaces. Sprays of Oak leaves and acorns secure the rings and trappings of the scabbard above these on the front of the scabbard is a raised Monogram in president s Dakota route. Washington oct. 3. Representative Burke bad a final conference with assistant Secretary Cortelyou in charge of the presidents Western trip. Following is the itinerary in South Dakota from Aberdeen to Redfield thence to Huron Over the Northwestern Road West to Weiser Aud South on the Milwaukee to Woonsocket a till Mitchell thence to Sioux Falls on the Omaha via Salt in thence to Cankton Over the treat Northern and then to Sioux City passing through Vermillion and Elk feint. Burke urged the president to visit Parker and Canton Anil it was fully expected he would do so. After conference with the Railroad Leo lie . It was decided he could not go to these towns Sis the time is so climbed and thirty Miles of travel is saved by going Over the Omaha to Sioux Falls instead of the Milwaukee. New York. Oct. A. At Sunset last evening the biggest crowd of sightseers Anil yachtsmen who Ever sailed Down to Sandy Hook to witness tile attempt of a foreign Mug Hunter to wrest from America the yachting supremacy of the world returned to new York crestfallen and disappointed. The winds had proved too Light and shifty and the first of the International series of inc Between the two greatest racing machines Ever produced by England and America degenerated into a Drifting match and had to a declared off because neither could reach the finish line in the time allowed by the rules. To avoid such wins As occurred yesterday the rules provide that if one of the Loats does not finish within five and one half hours the race is declared off so at the end of tin time last evening when the yachts were still four Miles from Home w Ith Shamrock leading by something More than a Quarter of a mile the committee officially declared that there had been no race. The yachts were then taken in Tow and brought Back to Sandy Hook. Under the Rule the first race is now postponed for two Days or longer. The Day promised Well at first. The sky was a marched with a afew dirty Clouds but Clear enough to writ tin thousands of people who lined the Jersey Shore to see ainu of any place on tin course. There were w whitecaps Here and there Anil a fairly fresh wind blew from the North ast but after the Columbia and tin Shamrock had crossed the line the wind turned flukey and Barnable and tin race was a fizzle almost for in the Start. Though indecisive in every respect As to the abilities of the yachts tin race indicated that the Iri a boat with her English skipper Anil Lier scotch Crew is the Ablest Sloop Ever sent across the Atlantic. During the five and a half hours sail Shamrock was thrice ahead and twice the Yankee boat showed the Way. I in the first ten minutes Shamrock led. Then for five Columbia s Graceful Baw shoved ahead of the Green boat than for forty five minutes sin followed Shamrock then for two hours Olum Bia. And for the last in or and a half it was Shamrock that led tin Way. Hie Breeze was As High As twelve knots an hour and As Low As three and shifted about through eight joints of the com miss. Interest in London. Play or was offered by Rev. Or. I a Quot i the presidents pastor. Presentation it Ere monies Boss ferry then made a Hearty and a if Welcome in behalf of the City i introduced Secretary Long who made the speech of presentation. Secretary Long lie Gan by Reading Cable to Dewey at Hung Kong. \ j r51 �?~j4. Ish directing him to proceed a Manila and Quot capture or destroy the inish Squadron Dewey s reply from a Ila May i telling of his great Vic a it a Longs Cable that he was appointed rear Admiral and he act of a a Gross of june 13, 198, voting Dewey a sword of Honor and medals r Ais men. The Secretary then said the Victory at Manila Bay gave you rank with the most distinguished naval heroes of All times. Nor was your Merit most in the Brilliant vie a in which you achieved in the Battle Toight with the utmost Gallant Aud skill waged without error Aud crowned with overwhelming Success or woj still More in lie nerve with which you tailed from Hong Ong to Manila Harbor. No Captain Ever faced a More South Dakota Brevi ties. La. In Flatts and Stanley l. Vanway have purchased the store of Hornby Bros. At Egan. The new 33.000-Bushel Grain elevator j of \ darn Roy i a co. At Arlington has been completed. J. Of. Bushnell of Bushnell Brookings county has sold his Stock of general merchandise to t. A. Gray who already has assumed control. The Burlington Railroad company has increased the wages of tile men employed As Section hands on the Black Hills division about 13 per cent. Waldo Ross. A Valley Springs lad with the True american Pluck has started on a bicycle journey to san Francisco where he will Endeavor to get on a naval training ship. A new ordinance has gone into effect at Spearfish requiring billiard Cooyas to be cloyed at la p. In each Day Aud of saturdays from la p in until 6 a. M. Of the monday following. C hut. Man Waring and 1. R a fit taker of Rock rapids la., represent aug selves and three other parties wifi Purchase a 20,000-acre ranch in Mcpherson county upon which they will place 1,000 head of cattle. Yacht race divides attention with the Transvaal. London. Get. 3.�?while most of the prominent yachtsmen Are out of London the interest in today s race Bathe America s cup i it Manifest in Many quarters. The afternoon papers give the event As much prominence As the Transvaal situation some of them adopting american newspaper methods and Bull tining the position of the Vashta. This is nil absolute innovation in British journalism. The generous attitude of the new York yacht club has done a great work in wiping out til last truces of ill feeling. Paris oct. 4. By the decision of the Anglo venezuelan Boundary arbitration commission which was rendered yesterday some of England s claims As to the Interior Anil on the coast Are disallowed. Her Frontier will Start at Waini River. The award was unanimous. It is considered in the nature of a Compromise rather than As favouring Venezuela. The award of the tribunal briefly summarized Means that of 60,000 Square Miles claimed by Venezuela that country obtains Only formed tartly of Marsh land near the River Ilerina. And a Poi lion in the Interior while great Britain retains All the Forest country. After the adjournment of the tribunal Benjamin Harrison and m. Mallet Provost who were interviewed jointly Pointe out that Groat Britain tip to the time of the intervention of the United states distinctly refused to arbitrate any portion of the territory East of the is h o in Burg line alleging that its title was unassailable Lii is territory included the Tacuri River and Point barium which is of the greatest value strategically and commercially the award continued the counsel for Venezuela gives Point Bari in. With a strip of land fifty Miles Long. To Venezuela which thereby obtains entire control of the River Orinoco. Three thousand Square Miles in the inn rior Are also awarded to Venezuela. Thus by a derision in which Tho British arbitrators concurred the it position taken by great Britain in l�9r> is shown to a unfounded. J his. However in no Wise expresses the full extent of Venezuela s Victory. Great Britain had claimed 30,000 Square Miles of territory West of the Schomburg line and this she was disposed to arbitrate in imm. Every foot of that Section is now awarded to Venezuela. The president of the tribunal in his closing address today the venezuelan counsel remarked had commented upon the unanimity of the pre but judgment and had referred to it As a or Kef of the Success of the arbitration but in the opinion of counsel it did not require much intelligence to penetrate behind this superficial statement Ami to see that the in drawn is a line of Compromise and not a line of right. Of the British do Contention were right the line should Alist have been drawn further West if it May were wrong the line should have been a in drawn further East. There was Noth mein ing in the history of the controversy next nor in the Legal principle involved. Parti which could adequately explain Why Capit the line should be drawn where it had been. Venezuela a gained much but was entitled to much More and in the judgment of the joint counsel for Venezuela if the arbitrators were unanimous it must lie Liers use their failure to agree would have confirmed great Britain in the Possession of even More territory. One of the counsel for great Britain made the following statement to the Sci ate i press a the award j practically endorses the judgment of sir Robert be Horn Burg whose line it follows except in a few particulars. Great Britain acquires the who of the River t Yuni including a site which Venezuela alleged to be a fort. Of the Junction of the cd rum to Ami the by uni. The marshy Bari a District has Lieen awarded to Venezuela. With More possibility of the principle of National Security but with the condition that the Orinoco shall be a free waterway to All nations. I is piece of land covers about thirty Square Miles. It had been offered with much More land by every British minister since the time of lord Aberdeen. A great Britain has substantiated almost All her extreme claim. All the valuable plantations and Gobi Fields Are now indisputably settled within British talons rendered at today s sex Mon or or tribunal. Moines la. Oct. 3.�?at today i session of the state supreme court the following decisions were handed Down state of Iowa is. Garter Appellant Winneshiek District affirmed. Hurt is. Nonpareil printing company. Applicant. Ottaw Ottamie District affirmed. State of Iowa is. Hudson applicant Clinton District affirmed. State of Iowa is. Desmond Appellant. Poweshiek District reversed. State of Iowa. Appellant is. Con grave Louisa District reversed. State of Iowa is. Abley. Applicant Franklin District modified and affirmed. Attack on Bacolor by the insurgents assault on the City made Early yesterday and fighting lasts till dark. 3en. Grant leads the americans conducts operations Iii person on the firing line i vim ii Vii and i i it wounded. It a i. The buried in a Well. Or. Aniline Man by caving of the Well la All. Clinton la. Oct. 3.�? Ben Baden while removing Brick from a Well at Anamosa met a tragic death last evening. When flown Twenty feet the Well caved in and he was buried under several feet of Brick and Earth. The rescuing party found the Lindy three hours later but life was extinct. A bad fire at Des Moines u i a Uzi the i Iglus fhe la John i taki�8 in a Quot a yesterday a i new York. Oct. 3. J respondent at Manila i tends fhe following under dub j tuber 2 the insurgents Cut the tel car. Between Bacolor Aud Manila Ais i tonight Ami this message to i had to Ive sent through by wat i the insurgents made a Atta i Bacolor at sgt of clock this in i and the fight Las mum $500,000 loss to Harris Emery department store and adjoining buildings. To l Des Moines morning destroy department store covered by insure adjoining Bui dim making the the adj he Golem a t shoe store. Murphy but injured. Oct. 3.�?fire this the Harris Emery the loss is $ ,00,000, a of ? 12s,. Three. Were also burned it is $500,000. Ming buildings were a e. Gar factory. John Rhilla a the masonic Temple and fhe use. All being More or less due in forces s first from e total Bryan with the Boers. Eral Grant the amen tiring pre. The filipin wires re nuts and ambushed the consisting of eight in Geant was and i leans were wounded. T he Little baud a company of the foil and three companies i which were hurriedly i lulus and fought the i along the naut to the the insurgents we j of clock this after non deep River fifty vat j men in ail of the Arn j let Een wounded up to the j had be a . A made tomorrow on the general ale Jamerino. Until Earth open Iii person rut the to i w a tuft by a n try in it for t Broil aug Al across Dean to ult time the Doc i Aren All line % skin j filipino military e i t Bize till them new York oct. 3.�?a special to the world from Dallas tex., quotes w. J. Bryan As saying a the Boers in their struggle to maintain their Republic have the sympathy of All the american people except those who have abandoned the doctrine that governments de just Powers from the censer j erring with general Oti i interview with the new i correspondent a Iii 3 la 4 a eight Ops had be and two ice will be agents. Lead of the a. Now Eon said in an irk Herald the our government is willing Rcpt a protectorate under the states. We fought spurn Bec did not wish longer to by a co colonial government under a Rule would be worse than the to uni we a Idi Dillon declines to speak. Latins Pat Kellites Are trying mat capital it it of memorial. To do in. Get. 3.�?john Dillon nation Leinberg of parliament for East Hus declined to speak at the of the foundation Stone of the Jai to it Barie. Stewart Parnell unday on the ground that the a elites Are striving to make party ital out of the movement. Pays for the Carolines. E k w a we of u i like in use vol it fight Germany add 25.4,4mm ,00� peseta to Spain Treasury. Madrid. Get. 3.�?th eminent has mid till Treasury the sum of 25. The Price of the car Lii tiie to a Man e Solo hands. Of ish we do not want to be experimented on for a Century while you learn How. With England it would be another matter. A you Are another race and Are Iii sympathy with us. W to Rule our own people understand Why your a lion wants to crush us you eau conquer in Brea Rich Ami our robbers Cann tearfully against yours. Quot we want an honorable pea we will fight until death for oui Tut ions. Quot we know every military move you make and get every Clay the american new spa it ers. Quot we know what the United states papers say. We believe that a few men whom you Call politicians Are waging this War and that the people of the not Tow no Naris. Are but inst ? that local rates will change base Ball games. A tonal league Washington. Ort. 4.�?Brooklyn had Ai easy Victory in the first game yesterday and Washington won the second by Good batting. The second was called on to United favor. Quot Admiral Dewey or Bong Kong that at the the War with spat would be Given their Dewey was our lest Fri in in o Tir ionised Rue Iii termination of i the filipino Independence. My. But Vve understand now that he will not a Mitred to keep hts won i with us. A we do not understand Why it of k count score first game Washington o Brooklyn. .0 Flat teries a Evan Hughes and Farr re Ond game Washington. Brooklyn batteries Weyher James and my us and Dwyer. Chicago. Oct. Played by school presented Louisvill attendance. 25 attend i Otis refuses to recognize our ooh i a 8 it. H. 0�?3 7 a 12 12 or Man e. A i i frat the p r if. K. I �?3 7 j 0-2 to 2 avers my in Mph rest a mlle e. Over 1,000 persons perished. Pension granted. Washington oct. 3 pensions have been granted As follow Iowa increase Hiram Gosnell. New Sharon. $1> to $17. John la Shuneman. Hot it one. J2i to it Quot George w Hen lers a. Osage. Is to fl2. Powhatan v. Murphy. Sevan. Jio to ii w. Lindsay. Hillsboro. A a widows reissue Mem line Taylor. Am k Nebraska additional hug Oil Way. Soldiers Horn \ Hall. F to a it increase Joseph c. Gilbert. Holdredge. Fl2 to 24 Henry f Barker Sparks. I to to Christian Olson. Blair. To i to to Jacob Marting Montrose. $6 to v Robert Carson Geneva. $10 to $12. John Barry. Fort Cal Houn. $6 to Ais. Reissue George w. Starr. Mccook fat South Dakota. Increase Traugott Goldammer Hillside. Is to la. John h Pasco Groton la to so. Amos h til lotion. Cascade Springs. S6 to James w. Bradbury of Maine is the oldest living exam Ember of the United states Senate. He is 97 years of age and served with Webster Calhoun and Clay. Did a runs result of earthquake in Asia minor. Constantinople. Oct. 4.�? it is now estimated that 1.500 persons perished in the earthquakes in Asia minor around Aidin. The first shriek of eur a at 4 o clock in the morning of set Tei Nowr 20. And lasted forty seconds. The effects were appalling. Whole villages were completely destroyed. The earthquake was Felt As far As Scio. Mitylene and Smyrna. Men women and children were buried in the ruins of their dwelling places before they realized their danger. Numerous bodies still lie beneath the ruins. About 500 person were at Saraceni and some sue at Denizl where three fourths of the buildings fell. There was proportionate loss of life in Many of the smaller villages. The shocks continue almost daily. But with to great violence. The population is encamped in the open. One consequence of the earthquake in the subsidence of the level of the Aidin it by two Yards. Sul Hurun Springs burst out in the Valley of no Ander and the country Between Aidin the Horn team yesterday and do of their run. Score. R it. Louisville .0 j 3 6 0 0 0 0 4�?lo 12 0 a. It 7 batteries Cunningham and z timer Callahan and Donahue. Ftp Ira so Latham and Connolly. Baltimore. Oct. 4.�?the Phillies put up a spiritless Gam and were beaten by hard and timely hitting the game a called on account of darkness. Attendance. 72?. Score r h e. Baltimore. 2 too 4�?10 $ 2 Philadelphia .0 2 i 0 2�? 5 7 2 batteries Howell and Smith. Matt and Mcfarland. Umpires Man Nassau and Snyder. Boston. Oct. 4.�?for five inning do Heny held the Boston Down to five hits after which they landed on him Heavil. Attendance cd. Score r h. E Boston of 2 0 0 4 4 0 13 12 0 new York 2 0 10 10 0 0 0�? 4 of 2 batteries i Ewis and Sullivan do he by and Wilson pm i rest Swart Wood and Hunt St. Louis. Oct 4.�?powell was hit hard yesterday but he might have beaten the pirates with better support attendance 7x. Score r h e. St Louis 0 4 10 1 0 0 0 0�?ti to 3 Pittsburg 0 o i 2 i 0 2 i 2-3 0 2 batteries Powell and Oconnor Lee ver and Bowerman umpires old a and Mcdonald ment. Unless he is j foreign Power will in an hours inter i Mission they gave to their purpose to Mattre recognition a it making any attempt peace. They also showed aver their Complete f ties with american troop full recognition of the fact Campaign against them that rec i Rienert Overn her Ranize in a with to v Villi efforts t nation b treatment Oro of a fore for Ion in lat in theand also that if the was prose a a used vigorously in their utter defeat Otis it us Ileal report from Otis. Iri Sta . Of Willi filipino it oui min Simer. Washington. Oct. 3. Following is the dispatch from general 4his. Received yesterday a three insurgent officers were permitted to enter our lines at with twelve of our soldiers citizens whom the wished to is released prisoners yester conference they endeavoured til Angeles my two present v. In a present 4 com in i uni cat Ion rot n the insurgent Rover no ent. Vav hid i a Iii Eiffel la net. They the run the pret is Sente. Idlers i a j in Pap a1 a itch the. A by ten sniffers gave parole this e Vav As rec a iced an a Hel Al in a Bey a Nee. Or Surgen it officers the sat 1 Aguina 1 Cio desire ii to end the v1 i a and s Send ii i j it i co or Mission a conferee be. A i ii Vav Ere informed not St i lid Iii of the a i ii ins. I played. Won lost. P o. Brooklyn. 139 % 44 .883 Boston 143 do 53 .620 Philadelphia .114 he 55 is Baltimore. 14o St .503 St. Louis 148 2 64 562 Cincinnati. .141 84 541 Louisville. .144 72 .500 Pittsburg 144 a 72 300 Quot Hirago 143 to ?2. A i new York 142 57 h. Id i Washington. .143 50 33 it Cleveland. Iii 20 128 .13 it be Rel Etui rite the r is Mie wild it Rcv whole of St to obtain i listed states auth is returned were thin our lice East in say they were re Lea to secure the theyva Tomorra a to be. Ii Kik i a o r soil to a go. Mif canc or co i attempt a re 11 to Gay i obliged a release. The Whol in is vie Igei ent a sol from robbers. To Sig a though masque i
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